July 22, 2015
Vacation Bible School – Day One
Last night was the first night of VBS. It was fun! The songs we did were “God’s not Dead” and “Alive.” Pastor Paul led the motions. The next thing we did was the skit. It was about how God will lead you in the right direction. We learned that God created the Earth, the light, sun, moon, trees, animals and people. When Pastor Paul was preaching, Tim, Isaiah and Josh kept interrupting him with goofy comments. When he talked about how God created the sun and the light, they put on a light show. There was even a guy in a giant bird costume that was really funny and kept pecking at Pastor Paul! It was pretty fun and I learned a lot.
Next we got to go to the jumpy houses. They really were like 50 feet tall! One had an obstacle course. There were so many people who wanted to go on it. Two of the jumpy houses were slides. I kept falling down trying to go up them. Climbing stairs on a bouncy house is not as easy as you would think!
We did this thing called “Money Mania.” It was Tim and Josh dressed up in the funniest costumes I have ever seen! They asked us questions like,“What did God ask Noah to build?” Tim kept saying, “The Titanic, The Destroyer,” and other crazy answers! I knew the correct answer and got 5 CKidz bucks. It was so funny.
The girls won the offering contest last night, but I know the boys are going to win today! I am really excited for VBS tonight and I think it’s going to be so fun!
– Chaz Norman
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